|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Registered Representative, Series 7||National Association of Securities Dealers, Arbitration Panel||1983|
|Attorney||David C Larkin, PC||1990 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Arizona State University||1998 - 1998|
|Certified Public Accountant||Arthur Anderson & Co.||1979 - 1980|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Arizona Employment Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|Journal of Taxation||Overcoming the Uncertainty Caused by the Family Partnership Rules for Freezes||1985|
|University of Kansas School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1979|
|University of Nebraska||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||1975|
|Arizona Employment Lawyers Association Convention||Employment Restrictive Covenants Including Non-competes, Nonsolicitation, and Non-use Agreements: What’s Enforceable and What Is Not||2016|
|Arizona State University – Department of Justice Studies||Citizens Rights and Personal Law||1998|
Posted by Ralph
Mr. Larkin has represented our company on more than one occasion. Once we were wrongfully sued by former employees. Mr. Larkin put forth a strong counter claim on our behalf, and the case was ultimately dropped. On a separate occasion, Mr. Larkin defended us against a frivolous lawsuit from former business partners. He developed a very strong counter claim for approximately $600,000. It was a two week jury trial. Mr. Larkin's counter claim was so strong, that the jury awarded us more than double our claim, $1.3 million. An appellant court overturned the judgement on a technicality later, and advised that we could retry the case under a claim of unjust enrichment. That has not yet taken place, but it does not take the luster off of our initial $1.3 million judgement.
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